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1 -- 2010-12-27 -- New Link: Digital Society --- Comments:
2 -- 2010-10-16 -- Changes Yet Again --- Comments: 1
3 -- 2010-09-29 -- Changes to the Blog Lineup --- Comments: 1
4 -- 2010-09-19 -- Twitter Goes All In for Oauth --- Comments:
5 -- 2010-08-20 -- And We're Back --- Comments:
6 -- 2010-07-17 -- Sondrak Down from a Federal Bust -- Guess Not --- Comments:
7 -- 2010-01-23 -- Cryptic Resumptions - CJ and Open Source Stuff --- Comments:
8 -- 2009-11-29 -- Adventures in Perl: perl from php: UPDATE --- Comments:
9 -- 2009-11-29 -- Source Code for the Latest iPhone Worm: UPDATE --- Comments:
10 -- 2009-11-28 -- Linux and Munich --- Comments:
11 -- 2009-11-28 -- Classic Linux Haters --- Comments:
12 -- 2009-11-24 -- Adventures in Perl: perl from php --- Comments:
13 -- 2009-11-22 -- About Those Fortran Programs --- Comments:
14 -- 2009-11-21 -- Climate Change Lab Data Released Part IV --- Comments:
15 -- 2009-11-20 -- Climate Change Lab Data Released Part III --- Comments:
16 -- 2009-11-20 -- Climate Change Lab Data Released --- Comments:
17 -- 2009-11-20 -- First Converted Perl Script --- Comments:
18 -- 2009-11-20 -- Climate Change Lab Data Released Part II --- Comments:
19 -- 2009-11-09 -- Source Code for the Latest iPhone Worm --- Comments:
20 -- 2009-11-07 -- Combat Mission Campaigns Open Source --- Comments:
21 -- 2009-10-10 -- Cascading Backups --- Comments:
22 -- 2009-10-06 -- Fun with Perl --- Comments:
23 -- 2009-09-27 -- Fun with Unix and grep --- Comments:
24 -- 2009-09-26 -- Ever Heard of Email Headers and Logs? -- Updated --- Comments:
25 -- 2009-09-19 -- The Genius of perl? --- Comments: 4
26 -- 2009-09-19 -- The Genius of perl? An Addendum --- Comments:
27 -- 2009-09-12 -- FreeBSD and the CUPS Server Part IV --- Comments:
28 -- 2009-09-09 -- FreeBSD and the CUPS Server Part III --- Comments:
29 -- 2009-09-08 -- FreeBSD and the CUPS Server Part I --- Comments:
30 -- 2009-09-08 -- FreeBSD and the CUPS Server Part II --- Comments:
31 -- 2009-08-01 -- They'll Let Anyone Use a Computer These Days --- Comments:
32 -- 2009-06-25 -- About the Right Sidebar --- Comments:
33 -- 2009-06-16 -- China and Beastie --- Comments:
34 -- 2009-02-10 -- A Perl Programming Note --- Comments:
35 -- 2009-02-04 -- Spammers Be Gone IV --- Comments: 1
36 -- 2008-12-11 -- Teacher is Right: Linux Holding Kids Back --- Comments:
37 -- 2008-12-08 -- Spammers Be Gone III --- Comments:
38 -- 2008-11-30 -- Spammers Be Gone II --- Comments:
39 -- 2008-11-15 -- Happy 15th Beastie! --- Comments:
40 -- 2008-11-09 -- FFZ in PHP --- Comments: 2
41 -- 2008-11-04 -- Spammers Be Gone --- Comments:
42 -- 2008-10-18 -- Klassik Komedy from OpenBSD --- Comments: 1
43 -- 2008-09-09 -- Don't Raise the Bridge; Lower The River --- Comments:
44 -- 2008-08-02 -- Site Meter Bug --- Comments:
45 -- 2008-05-11 -- The Intern and the Domain Name --- Comments:
46 -- 2008-05-03 -- Perl Does IT Again! --- Comments: 2
47 -- 2008-03-18 -- Microsoft and Web Standards --- Comments:
48 -- 2008-03-08 -- SQL: A Cautionary Tale --- Comments: 1
49 -- 2008-01-22 -- Here Comes Sun and It's Nominal --- Comments:
50 -- 2007-12-28 -- You Vill Obey! --- Comments:
51 -- 2007-11-02 -- Theo de Raadt and PC Hardware Security --- Comments:
52 -- 2007-07-24 -- 132 Backups --- Comments: 1
53 -- 2007-07-08 -- Activate Your iPhone Without the ATT Donation --- Comments:
54 -- 2007-07-03 -- iPhone Interiors --- Comments:
55 -- 2007-06-25 -- Programming Fun --- Comments: 2
56 -- 2007-05-24 -- Okay, Then, Mr. Error --- Comments:
57 -- 2007-04-16 -- Update: Searchable Archives --- Comments:
58 -- 2007-04-04 -- Hard Wired Security --- Comments:
59 -- 2007-04-03 -- The Devil is in the Details --- Comments:
60 -- 2007-01-31 -- World's Most Popular Site --- Comments: 2
61 -- 2007-01-26 -- The Blue Elephant Makes its Move --- Comments:
62 -- 2007-01-21 -- 43 Percent of Vulnerabilities in 2006 Were php --- Comments:
63 -- 2007-01-15 -- Unix and the X-Box --- Comments:
64 -- 2007-01-06 -- Powerline "pwned? --- Comments:
65 -- 2006-12-26 -- OMFG! Everything But the Name Skynet!! --- Comments:
66 -- 2006-12-16 -- Comments Are Open (Finally) --- Comments:
67 -- 2006-12-13 -- Furby or Barbie --- Comments: 2
68 -- 2006-12-03 -- People + Vision = Change --- Comments:
69 -- 2006-12-01 -- Bad Guys Threaten Financial Websites --- Comments:
70 -- 2006-11-13 -- WebSite Makeover --- Comments:
71 -- 2006-10-21 -- We Are Moving --- Comments:
72 -- 2006-09-02 -- A Bad Backup Strategy --- Comments:
73 -- 2006-08-12 -- New MS Worm On Its Way --- Comments:
74 -- 2006-06-29 -- Stolen VA Laptop Recovered --- Comments:
75 -- 2006-06-26 -- Net Neutrality: Nothing Neutral About It --- Comments:
76 -- 2006-06-16 -- Microsoft Phones Home --- Comments:
77 -- 2006-06-13 -- New Worm Affects Yahoo WebMail --- Comments:
78 -- 2006-06-11 -- Anatomy of a New SpamBot --- Comments:
79 -- 2006-05-25 -- Sausage, Make Room for Web Programming --- Comments:
80 -- 2006-05-20 -- New Microsoft Zero-Day Exploit --- Comments:
81 -- 2006-05-20 -- Here is the MD5 Download --- Comments: 2
82 -- 2006-05-16 -- Site Maintennance --- Comments: 1
83 -- 2006-05-11 -- BSD for the Desktop --- Comments:
84 -- 2006-04-11 -- Aarons Gets Hit by Ay Rabs --- Comments:
85 -- 2006-04-11 -- And Again the Enemy Strikes Aarons --- Comments: 2
86 -- 2006-03-14 -- LAMP? SCAMP? Try BAPP --- Comments: 3
87 -- 2006-03-08 -- Blogging May Be Light --- Comments:
88 -- 2006-01-17 -- Postfix: Color Us Impressed --- Comments: 1
89 -- 2006-01-04 -- Zowie! 42 Stories in Dec, 2005 --- Comments:
90 -- 2006-01-04 -- Blog Product Enhancement --- Comments:
91 -- 2005-12-30 -- Details on the Latest Windows Exploit... --- Comments:
92 -- 2005-12-30 -- Slashdot: Another Windows Security Hole --- Comments:
93 -- 2005-12-25 -- The Saga and Legacy of FreeBSD 5.4 --- Comments:
94 -- 2005-12-23 -- New Look --- Comments:
95 -- 2005-12-18 -- Coding for the Web: Like Making Sausage --- Comments: 1
96 -- 2005-12-11 -- If It's Thursday, This Must be the Internet --- Comments:
97 -- 2005-11-23 -- Procyon Data, FreeBSD and the Proliant Server --- Comments:
98 -- 2005-10-02 -- SUSE Server Attacked --- Comments:
99 -- 2005-10-01 -- Posting will be Light for a While --- Comments:
100 -- 2005-09-23 -- New ID System for Viruses Set to Begin in Oct. --- Comments:
101 -- 2005-09-22 -- New Worm, New Mode of Spreading: WI-FI --- Comments:
102 -- 2005-09-19 -- New Beagle Virus --- Comments:
103 -- 2005-09-17 -- Update on the Blog Scripts --- Comments:
104 -- 2005-09-17 -- Slashdot: IE Could Hose WinXP SP2 --- Comments:
105 -- 2005-09-17 -- Linksys Wireless Router Vulnerability --- Comments:
106 -- 2005-09-10 -- Even the ISC Had Internet Problems Last Week --- Comments:
107 -- 2005-09-09 -- The Explanation --- Comments:
108 -- 2005-09-09 -- Explanations Are In Order. Later... --- Comments: 2
109 -- 2005-08-21 -- Zotob Shuts Down an Entire Government Department --- Comments:
110 -- 2005-08-18 -- Here We go Again --- Comments:
111 -- 2005-08-17 -- Sophos' Summary of the Current Crop of Worms --- Comments:
112 -- 2005-08-16 -- CNN Gets Hosed by Zotob. Now, It's News. --- Comments:
113 -- 2005-08-15 -- Update on Internet Worm Zotob --- Comments:
114 -- 2005-08-14 -- The New Microsoft Worm is Out Now --- Comments:
115 -- 2005-08-13 -- Site Update --- Comments:
116 -- 2005-07-27 -- More Development Coming --- Comments:
117 -- 2005-07-25 -- ssh Attacks Continue --- Comments:
118 -- 2005-07-16 -- Brute Force Attacks Through ssh --- Comments: 6
119 -- 2005-07-01 -- What a Night --- Comments:
120 -- 2005-06-11 -- New Category --- Comments:
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